Tips to success in MAT Exam
Turn enemies into friends
Should you play to your strengths or attack your weaknesses.Ideally, you ll do both. But if you have to choose, especially early on pick the weaknesses.Let s say you re a genius on Critical Reasoning, but you re terrible at Sentence Correction. Which should you work on? The Sentence Correction. Why? Because the test is adaptive. If SC is weighing your performance down, you ll never get the really hard CR problems. You ll never get a chance to prove just how brilliant you are with CR.
So face your demons. Eat your vegetables. You hate geometry? Then do those problems first. Consider them the enemy plans that have fallen into your hands and extract all the intelligence.Then, as you master individual enemy problems, turn them into your friends. Become totally comfortable with them. Then, when you walk into the GMAT, none of the questions will throw you off your game plan.